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creative
American English: /kriˈeɪdɪv/
British English: /kriːˈeɪtɪv/

Translation of creative in Spanish:

adjective

  • (person/artist/cook)
    creative writing classes
    clases de creación literaria
    she's very good at creative writing
    escribe or redacta muy bien
    Example sentences
    • What your real economic asset is, is the creative talents and energy of your people.
    • If you're right brained, you likely have a talent for creative writing and art.
    • Intellectual aspects are infused with creative energy and crowned with success.
    Example sentences
    • One of the top creative teams in the country has been assembled for the production.
    • There were a bunch of very creative people on this team so we could not agree with each other.
    • In an almost unheard of but definitely serendipitous event, the creative team has been reassembled.

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